I have, since 2009, collaborated with with a wide range of scholars and practitioners. Now that I am working as a consultant, I think it’s important to continue to make visible the connections I have built in the course of my work while embedded within an institution.
Far too many people see anthropologists as “lone wolf” academics who do not play well with others. I need other people for the work that I do, and actually I enjoy working with other people in a way I never enjoyed working alone.
I’ve organized this list according to the projects that I’ve worked on. I may add to this list as time goes on, and new projects begin.
I write and think and talk and do research (or, have done) with these people and I’m grateful for the chances I have and have had to work with each of them.
- Andrew Asher, Indiana University, Bloomington.
- Maura Smale, CityTech, CUNY
- Mariana Regalado, Brooklyn College
Learning Spaces and Practices, Technology, and Higher Education, US and UK
- Lawrie Phipps, Jisc
- Steve Rowett, University College, London
- Sundi Richard, Davidson College, North Carolina
- Dan Lynds, Davidson College, North Carolina
- Garvey Pyke, UNC Charlotte
- Heather McCullough, UNC Charlotte
- Kurt Richter, UNC Charlotte (retired)
- Rich Preville, UNC Charlotte
Library Ethnography, UK
- Lesley Gourlay, IOE
- Lesley Pitman, UCL Libraries (retired)
- Andy Priestner
- Georgina Cronin, Cambridge
- Bryony Ramsden, University of Huddersfield
- Matt Borg
- Andrew Preater, University of West London
- David Clover, University of East London
Optical Engineering, UNC Charlotte